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United Kingdom Prime Minister Theresa May repeatedly failed to back her predecessor David Cameron in his fight to keep Britain in the European Union and hampered his attempts to rein in migration, according to extracts from two books...Show More Summary
LIVERPOOL, England (Reuters) - Prime Minister Theresa May repeatedly failed to back her predecessor David Cameron in his fight to keep Britain in the European Union and hampered his attempts to rein in migration, according to extracts from two books about the referendum.
Bernie Sanders' brother Larry, who was a DNC delegate for the Democrats Abroad, is running for David Cameron's old seat in the British Parliament....
Larry Sanders, who has lived in England since the late 1960s, admits that he is unlikely to win a special election next month as the Green Party nominee.
UK-based Larry Sanders, 82, will represent the Green Party in the race for former British PM David Cameron's seat.
The Green Party has selected Larry Sanders, brother of US senator Bernie Sanders, as its candidate for a by-election in David Cameron's constituency. Last week, the former Prime Minister announced that he would resign as the MP for Witney,...Show More Summary
Larry Sanders, who serves as health spokesperson for the U.K. Green Party, will stand in the election to replace the former prime minister, who stood down after losing the EU Referendum, as MP for the Witney constituency in Oxfordshire,...Show More Summary
The brother of former U.S. presidential candidate Bernie Sanders says he's running for the seat in Parliament vacated by former Prime Minister David Cameron. Larry Sanders says he was inspired … Click to Continue »
He was doing an interview with Mumsnet — a website for British mothers — and the what's-your-favorite-cookie question is routine. Past answers include:David Cameron was ("Oatcakes with butter and cheese"). Gordon Brown was ("Anything with a bit of chocolate"). Show More Summary
To those of us who have followed David Cameron’s political career since it was in the womb, his sudden decision last week to leave politics altogether (he resigned as an MP, having said after resigning as prime minister that he would...Show More Summary
After David Cameron's liberal years, Theresa May must be careful the pendulum doesn't swing too far the other way.
The inequality and hardship that Cameron actively exacerbated in the UK made the EU referendum impossible to win.
David Cameron wanted to shut down controversial investigations of murder, abuse and torture by British soldiers in Iraq but was overruled by the attorney general, an MP has claimed. Conservative MP Johnny Mercer of the Commons Defence...Show More Summary